easy rendering for Rhino in Windows
Inserting plants is a cumbersome proccess especially when creating a large intricate greenry program. Is there a way? or can their eventually be a way to apply plants to object is a grouped manner. Isntead of having to apply it to every single object sepreately
There are a number of ways to do this. None of the ways are easy. How do you think it might work? You could create a RhinoScript routine to do it.
Here is a circle packing routine that may create insertion points for the trees. Does this look like it might create the right insertion pattern?
Sry i forgot to mention that i am referencing Groundcover plants and inserting them into an object. Not inserting "point cloud" based plants. (Cmd: Flamingonxtplant) A way to apply the groundcover to a group of items at once instead of having to select each object and seperately appy the groundcover.
Also i was looking through the tutorials/help center and i couldn't find how to turn off your plants? is there a way to do that?
Can you place the plants on a layer and tun off that layer?
I should rather "remove the plants from the objects. I needed to replace some of the plant blocks with a "mapped material" but there is no way to remove the plants. If there isnt its fine i was looking for a way to not have to remake the object that contains a "groundcover file"
and did you understand my re-explanation of the first question?
btw thanks for all your help for this.